That was my grandmother’s phrase for something like this when she wanted to use profanity and knew she couldn’t as the wife of a very prominent deacon in the church. (Grandma was a pistol, let me tell you. If you’ve ever seen The Beverly Hillbillies, you’ve seen a version of her. Granny Clampett was theContinue reading “Bass Ackwards”
Category Archives: regulation
Persistent, Passionate, and On YOUR Side
I went to and participated in the Candidate Forum hosted by the LaGrange/Troup County Chamber of Commerce and the Lagrange Daily News. My opponent was there, of course. I really don’t care for the things because you cannot get into the topics with answers that are only one minute long and ‘off-the-cuff’. I’m a moreContinue reading “Persistent, Passionate, and On YOUR Side”
Rules and Regulations, And Why That’s A Good Thing (But Republicans Don’t Want Them)
I spent 25 years of my life learning how to make everything I did conform to the rules and regulations of not one but several government agencies. I was darn good at doing it, too. Now one of the things that most people do not realize is that these Rules and Regulations have the forceContinue reading “Rules and Regulations, And Why That’s A Good Thing (But Republicans Don’t Want Them)”
Okay, Who Is She Anyway?
I mean, other than being this retired older woman who has crazy ideas about how to do things, has cats, dogs, and horses, strong opinions, and does all things with a passion, just who is Ellen Wright? I am a native of Georgia. I was born in downtown Atlanta because at the time that’s whereContinue reading “Okay, Who Is She Anyway?”
Can We See Those Job Descriptions Again? I Don’t Remember Seeing That..
Most teachers are great people. They’re like nurses in a lot of ways. They want to help people, particularly children, learn things that they think is really fun, interesting, and helpful for life. (I know what you’re thinking and just don’t even go there. We all have different experiences.) It’s a challenging job. They haveContinue reading “Can We See Those Job Descriptions Again? I Don’t Remember Seeing That..”
Let’s talk about weapons. Legally speaking, a vehicle is considered a “deadly weapon”. If you really want to get nit picky about it, a lot of things can go on that list (the hands/feet of a black belt martial arts master, sharp knives, bats, etc.) But we will stay with these two for clarity ofContinue reading “Deadly Weapons”